QUEST ACTIVE COMMUNITIES FOR CSP'S 

Following detailed work with Sport England and the CSPN we have now launched the new Quest Active Communities for CSP's model designed specifically for the County Sport Partnerships.

Quest Active Communities for CSP's consists of a 2-day assessment, and teams can choose whether to go through Entry or Plus.

 

ENTRY

  • The assessment is conducted against the 5 Active Communities CSP Core Modules.
  • The bandings are Unsatisfactory or Registered.

 

PLUS

  • The assessment is conducted against the 5 Active Communities CSP Core Modules and 3 choice modules.
  • The bandings are Unsatisfactory, Satisfactory, Good, Very Good or Excellent.

 

The CSP Self-Assessment tool can be accessed here: http://www.cspnetwork.org/hub/performance-management-improvement-framework

 

Below is a table of our Quest Active Communities for CSPs Modules.

A copy of the full index can be found here: Quest Active Communities for CSP's Module Index - Issue 1

To access the Guidance Notes simply click on the issue number for the corresponding module.

 
Module Code Module Name Guidance Notes
Active Communities CSP Core Modules
AC - CSP 1 Collaborative Leadership One
AC - CSP 2 Continuous Improvement and Learning One
AC - CSP 3 Partnerships and Brokering One
AC - CSP 4 Team and People Development One
AC - CSP 5 Understanding Place and People One

 

Module Code Module Name Guidance Notes
Active Communities CSP Plus Modules (3 to be selected)
Purpose 9 Active Community Outcomes (CSP) One
GPLUS5 Contribution to Health & Wellbeing Three
GPLUS13 Engaging with Children 0 – 11 years Three
GPLUS22 Engaging with Older People Two
GPLUS23 Engaging with Young People 12 – 19 years Two
GPLUS25 Engaging with Volunteers Two
GPLUS26 Engaging with Women and Girls One
GPLUS27 Engaging with Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) Communities One
GPLUS31 Getting the Inactive Active One
GPLUS33 Engaging with Communities Two
GPLUS34 Promoting Mental Wellbeing One
GPLUS37 Engaging with Disabled People and People with Long-Term Health Conditions One